int() command, does it exist?

I have been using in a code the syntax

x = 161;

n = 16;

b = int(x/n);

I got b = 10.

Checking on the Command Reference Manual, I realized that the int() command does not exist, yet it works!

Has someone an answer to this riddle?

1 Answer


int is indeed an undocumented function that has the same action as floor. It is recommended to use the floor function since it is documented.

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